Ontario election 2018 platform guide: Where the parties stand on everything from hydro bills to taxes to transit

Election day in Ontario—June 7—is fast approaching, and voters face a stark choice in the three main candidates: Ontario Liberal leader Kathleen Wynne, Ontario…

Ontario’s party leaders make their final pitches

The four main leaders vying for your vote in the election explain why you should choose them to be the next premier of Ontario. Click…

#LIVEBLOG: It’s election time Canada, so get out and vote! #CanadaVotes

Well it’s election time and results are already starting to pour in from Atlantic Canada. Watching CBC and it shows the Liberals in an…

Wildroses in Alberta – but the grass is not always greener on the other side

In an interesting twist of fate Alberta, long a stronghold for the Conservatives, is going through some family issues. Till death do us part…

Do the Ontario Liberals want an election?

An interesting game of poker is taking place in Ontario and it seems that the Liberals may have the best hand. Who has the most to…

NDP Convention: Thomas Mulcair leads the first round of balloting

Seems that the first round has shown Thomas Mulcair leading in the NDP leadership race. Thomas Mulcair won 30% of the vote on the first…

Now Witness the Power of a Fully Armed and Operational Conservative Party

Everything that has transpired has done so according to Conservative design. NDP and Liberal Canadian’s walked into a trap. It was I who allowed other parties…

The bigger story: Canadian Election is the lowest in history at only 59 percent

CLOSE TO 10 MILLION CANADIANS DID NOT BOTHER TO VOTE!!! OTTAWA — Early figures indicate Canadians avoided the ballot box more than ever before…

Harper wins again, gaining 16 seats and some in the precious 905 region around Toronto

By ROB GILLIES Associated Press Writer © 2008 The Associated Press Oct. 15, 2008, 4:05AM OTTAWA — Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Wednesday…

Voter turnout is heavy in Durham and York region, the middle class is voting for Harper and splitting the vote to Layton. Dion’s leadership maybe in question?

Update (7:56pm):Just came back from voting and turnout is heavy. I had to wait in line for a long time as it went outside…

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